Explaining Financial Results to Non-Financial Managers


A financial professional’s guide to effectively communicating with non-accountants.


Learning Objectives:

  • Learn to identify the six most common misconceptions and misunderstandings about accounting data that non-financial managers have.
  • Discover how feedback and assessment loops can be used to gauge the level of audience comprehension.
  • Be able to list the seven best ways to overcome communication barriers with non-analytical personality types.
  • Explore how to use the techniques of effective communications in various scenarios.

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Explaining Financial Results to Non-Financial Managers Details 00:07:00
Explaining Financial Results to Non-Financial Managers Details 00:06:00
Complex Personality Models Details 00:14:00
Toxic Personalities, Story Telling and Communication Skills Details 00:06:00
Communicating with Non-Analyticals, What to Focus On and Reporting Hierachy Details 00:08:00
Judging Book Covers and Good Looking Financials Details 00:14:00
The Cash Flow Statement Details 00:09:00
What Non-Financial Managers Really Want to Know Details 00:08:00
Horizontal & Vertical Analysis Details 00:10:00
Key Performance Indicators and Business Intelligence Details 00:12:00
What a Great Package Looks Like Details 00:02:00
Did They Get It? Details 00:04:00
  • Price Options +
  • 1 year
  • Course Certificate
  • Program Level: Fundamentals/Beginner

    100 minutes | CPE = 2 units

    Field of Study: Finance

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